TEZU- 52003 people captured under Aadhar
A meeting was convened in the conference hall of DC’s office, Tezu on Friday to assess the progress on total generation and capturing of ADHAAR in the district and to discuss the future strategy for covering the left out population. The meeting was chaired by Danish Ashraf, DC, Lohit who expressed extreme happiness in announcing that out of 53758 targeted populations, Adhaar of 52002 persons have been captured and generated as on 30th April 2017. Apropos he lauded the District Statistics Officer for his efforts. Saying that almost every person is a beneficiary in the district, he urged that no person in the district should be left without Adhaar enrolment and seeding to ensure seamless cash transfer to the beneficiaries. He further requested all the departments to share the problems and position of Adhaar seeding related with various schemes. Taking serious note on the issue of registration of floating population instead of the actual beneficiaries and public of the district, he stressed on department specific registration of the beneficiaries and making ILP compulsory for registration in order to check infiltration from Assam.
ANJAW- Disaster Awareness Campaign
Disaster Awareness Campaign with special focus on management through Gender Budgeting component was organized at Tafraliang (Hayuliang Circle) on 25/05/2017 as part of Disaster Awareness Campaign. The programme is part of Awareness Campaign conducted by District Administration through Circle Officers with support from DDMO and Directorate of Disaster Management. The villages of Tafraliang/Hoiliang/Chunga and other villages were invited to gain awareness and remain alert to disaster situation by Circle Officer, Hayuliang Dr. Tojum Ete. Panchayati Raj leaders, Gaon Burahs, women groups and youth benefitted through presentations made by Resource persons from DRC Khupa, MK Giri , SK Singh, Miss Lipu Eshi who are all Faculty of the Educational Institute. Similar outreach have been conducted through Special Campaigns with involvement of Faculty and students of DIET/DRC, Khupa who have been assigned responsibility by office of Deputy Commissioner Anjaw to act as Safety Ambassadors. Anjaw District remain heavy rainfall through out monsoon and the disaster management component is integral necessity of the district.
ITANAGAR- Gorkha Youth Welfare Association called on DC
The Office bearers of All Arunachal Pradesh Gorkha Youth Welfare Association called on Prince Dhawan, IAS, Deputy Commissioner, Itanagar Capital Complex for first time. They informed the DC about the initiatives/ social services conducted by their Association in the Capital Complex. They further informed that the Association is going to conduct its 6th Mass Social Service in the Capital Complex on 28th May, 2017 from Akashdeep to R.K. Mission Gate. While appreciating the efforts of the Association the DC said that such kind of Social Services will not only help to give a clean look to the Capital but also create awareness amongst the General public. He further requested the denizens of Capital Complex not to litter the surroundings and help the administration to keep the “City Clean and Green”.
ITANAGAR- Sale of meat along NH 415 prohibited
The District Magistrate, Capital Complex, Mr. Prince Dhawan, IAS issued an Executive Order U/s144 Cr.P.C prohibiting display and sale of meat along the National Highway 415 within the Capital Complex jurisdiction. The DC said that illegal displaying of such meat near National Highway not only creates a bad look to the city but also increases the possibility of contamination due to dust and smoke released by the vehicles and consumption of such contaminated food may pose a grave danger to human health and hygiene. The order further directed the EAC-cum-Executive Magistrates of concerned jurisdiction to identify all such meat vendors along the NH415 and initiate necessary action. He further directed the CMEO, IMC to take all steps to relocate all such slaughter house immediately.
ITANAGAR- Carrying of lethal weapons prohibited
The District Magistrate, Capital Complex, Mr. Prince Dhawan, IAS issued an Executive Order U/s144 A Cr.P.C prohibiting carrying of lethal weapons like fire arms, explosive materials, Daos and ammunition etc inside the AP Civil Secretariat and all other Government Offices within the Capital Complex for public safety and security. The said order is issued to strengthen the security in the Government Offices keeping in mind of the recent incidents in the Office of the Directorate of the Audit and Pension, Govt. of A.P and there is likelihood of similar incidents taking place in the AP Civil Secretariat Complex, Office of EAC/COs, Directorates and all the Government Offices located within the Capital Complex, the DC said. He further, directed the Superintendent of Police, Capital Complex to keep strict vigil and enforce the prohibitory order in letter and spirit.
ITANAGAR- DC visits Edu Fest 2017
Prince Dhawan, IAS, Deputy Commissioner, Itanagar Capital Complex visited the Edu Fest 2017 exhibition at Hotel Donyi Polo Ashoka, Itanagar. He interacted with the various exhibitors which have come from various university and colleges across the India. He said its opportunity for the students to get firsthand knowledge of the various courses that are being offered through in these collages at Itanagar. He requested all the students who are going for higher studies this year to avail this opportunity and requested the organizer of the Edu Fest to provide all the genuine details of courses and their fees. He further requested the organizer to highlight the options for education loan/scholarship to the students who wants to opt for higher students but is unable to meet the collage fees.
ITANAGAR- Training on Smart Classroom
A meeting cum training on smart classroom for master trainers was held at the Directorate of Education, Itanagar on 26th May 2017 under the aegis of Education Department in which subject teachers from the districts attended. Bidol Tayeng, Education Secretary, in his key note address, highlighted the salient features of the smart classroom project initiated by Chief Minister Pema Khandu. Tayeng told the participants that the project had been taken up under the Chief Minister’s Adhunik Shiksha Yojana adding that it would be implemented in a phase manner. He said that the first phase covering 713 schools including Government Higher Secondary School, secondary schools, middle schools and primary schools would be implemented in 2017-18. Tayeng informed that most of the schools had been selected from the state capital and district headquarters keeping in view the availability of power supplies. The training of teachers for these schools will begin in the first half of June.
ITANAGAR- Jharkhand EPCB Committee visits APLA
A Committee on Environment and Pollution Control Board from Jharkhand Legislative Assembly called on the Speaker of the Arunachal Pradesh Legislative Assembly, TN Thongdok, at his chamber today at the impressive new Assembly Building in Itanagar. The committee was led by the Chairman Ashok Bhagat, MLA and joined by Amit Mandal, MLA, as a member. Thongdok urged that the Central and the State Pollution Control Boards may have to be further strengthened in view of the alarming challenges to environment since the enactment of the laws in 1950. The Speaker desired meaningful revamp of the laws and wanted the Pollution Control Boards (PCBs) to be clothed with both executive and judicial powers. He further desired that the National Green Tribunal must function only as an appellate forum and the original jurisdiction in respect of pollution and environmental issued may be vested in the PCBs. The Speaker also desired the tweaking of school and college curriculum to formally inculcate environmental education to everyone. He told the visiting committee that an exclusive committee on environmental issues will be instituted in the Arunachal Assembly also.
DAPORIJO- Tamar Murtem visits DV Office
Tamar Murtem, Parliamentary Secretary (Animal Husbandry, Veterinary and Dairy Development), who is on a tour to the Upper Subansiri district, visited the office of the District Veterinary Officer, Daporijo and interacted with the officers and staff of the department today. The DVO Dr. M. Hangkar presented a memorandum to the parliamentary secretary requesting for “Construction of District Diagnostic laboratory, Construction of operation shed, Early payment of TAH compensation and early reconstruction of would be damaged residential and non residential department buildings, Posting of a veterinary officer at Baririjo dispensary, Construction of a type IV quarter for Veterinary Officer Baririjo, Improvement of government cattle breeding farm, Revival of all non functional sub centres in the district, and Posting of adequate field staff etc.
PALIN-Coordination Meeting held
The Coordination Meeting of all ZPMs, ASMs, SMCs, BEOs, BRCCs, CRCCs and Head teachers of the Kra Daadi District was held on 25th May 2017 at Nyokum Hall, Palin. The meeting was presided over by Biri Son, DDSE cum DPO, Kra Daadi District. The main objective of the meeting was to merge the non- functional and zero enrolment schools with nearby stipendiary schools so as to impart smooth and quality education. Pige Ligu, Deputy Commissioner, Kra Daadi while appreciating the idea of clubbing of schools, urged the teachers to do their duties with utmost sincerity and dedication. He also said that the administration would maintain zero tolerance method for absentee teachers. The meeting was attended by Smti Rido Meena, ZPC, Kra Daadi District, Ha Tagong, ZPM Pipsorang, SKipa Raja, CO Pipsorang, Noklem Wangjen, CO Chambang nad Todak Riba, Tarak Lengdi.